6-Pak (Beau Jolly) Review | Your Sinclair - Everygamegoing

Your Sinclair

By Beau Jolly
Spectrum 48K

Published in Your Sinclair #19


Or Elite by any other name. Not surprisingly, then, one or two of the games on this package have Elitist origins. Scooby-Doo was another of Snout's fave games of '86, while 1942 was an unspectacular but efficient reading of the famous coin-op.

Duet, a (gasp!) new game, is what was rumoured to have been Command '96, but alas is no more. The other selections are an odd lot. Palace's platformer Antiriad was only out in January (and it's still a winner), but Jet Set Willy II and Melbourne House's Fighting Warrior are eons old, and look their age.

Split Personalities from Domark is a curiosity, perfect for a compilation like this.

Marcus Berkmann

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